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gore: good evening. welcome to the debate tonight. we're here in our beautiful new york studio which is the home of "viewpoint" with eliot spitzer, and "say anything" with joy behar. we're here for the first presidential debate of 2012 between president obama and governor romney. my panelists here with me are governor eliot spitzer, host of "viewpoint"; cenk uygur, the host and founder of "the young turks"; governor jennifer grandholm, two-time governor of michigan, and the star of the recent democratic convention >> jennifer: you say that to all of the governors. [ laughter ] >> al gore: no. and host of "the war room," and comedian and political commentator, john fugelsang. we are here covering the debate. you'll see the stage in denver there. you see all of their supporters and friends and the folks who are gathered in the denver area for this debate. milling around waiting for the event to start. here on current, we're going to do something different from what the other networks are doing. we're in a new era now. i'm going to ask cenk uygur to tell you how s
. there is a parallel. >> al gore: that's symmetrical with the debate we're about to see unfold here. but with all of the sophisticated detailed analyses may not be all that helpful in communicating with the voters because you have got to boil them down to very you know, succinct expressions. >> jennifer: you're very gracious, but, eliot,-- >> eliot: i don't know about being gracious in a debate. >> jennifer: you know this is a debate where george w. bush said we should not be engaged in mission building. >> eliot: we were shotting about this before we came back. it's fascinating how even let's give him full credit, he may have believed it at the moment. circumstances change, and in the world of foreign policy in particular, suddenly the word was turned upside down and what was viewed as a fundamental principle of non-engagement, non-eninvolvement was turned upside down for george w. bush's administration for better or for worse. to the vice president's point subtle nuance, something that the president may be talking about when it comes to bengahzi and the unilateralism of mitt romney with an effe
in debate, al gore walked up to bush. >> al gore tries to come over and be the bully and get in his face. bush doesn't say anything. just looks at him, smiles, gives him the head wink, and goes on. >> i believe i can. >> that was it. it just -- you know, it just absolutely devastated gore. >> you watch him go. >> yeah. we all revert to our junior high mentality, you know, when our team scored. yeah, you know! >> most people don't know is that bush had been prepared. >> jud gregg, who had played the role of al gore in the debate prep, had seen him pull this trick. he said to bush, be prepared, he's going to come and get in your face. we all dismissed at the time, but sure enough it happened. >> which raises the question how do candidates prepared? these two debate coaches showed me. they prepped president bush for debate. o'donnell later coached mitt romney and michele bachmann. they spent hours trying to replicate debate moments. >> you have the candidate stand in front of a podium like this as realistic as possible? >> yeah. you want a strong bearing, erect. look at colin powell. he com
, you are no jack kennedy. >> john: years later, al gore walked up to bush. >> al gore tries to be the bully. you ren the moment. bush doesn't say anything. he smiles and goes on. >> i believe i can. >> that was it. it absolutely devastated him. >> you watch him go. >> we revert to junior high mentality. when the team scores. what most people don't know. bush had been prepared. gregg who had played the role in the debate, be prepared he is going to come into your face. we dismissed it but sure enough it happened. >> john: which raises the question, how do they prepare? the these two debate coaches showed me. o'donnell coached michele bachmann. they try on replicate moments. >> you have them stand in front of podium. >> you want strong. look at colin powell he commands the podium. it's like this. >> it's about making sure that you fill the stage more than your opponent does. >> they practice debating. john kerry's played romney. rob portman plays obama. >> john: you never see videotape of this? >> no. there is reason why, you don't want to show those vulnerable moments. we don
. but it started people talking. and they kept talking so things change. the first generation of writers, gore vidal, truman capote, allen ginsberg, james baldwin, christopher, that took a lot of flak. the next generation had a much easier. edmund white, armistead, marketability, and tony kuchar. these people began to be accepted as equals, as major literary figures. so i was going to read to you a section tonight, today, sorry, about gore vidal. and gore vidal, at the democratic convention of 1968, and you'll see how one story leads to another injury. i'm beginning someplace and now in someplace different. christopher dedicate his novel to gore vidal. vidal was honored. but in the meantime he paid his friend a higher complex of competing with them. shortly after his singl manager, gore vidal went gore vidal went back to his old novel, 1948, revised and reissued it as if to establish his position as the first chronicles of kate american life. it was published in 1965, year after a single man, and included an afterword where he explain why he wrote the novel and offered his strongest statement
was the spokesman for vice president gore's 2000 campaign. thanks for coming inside "the war room." >> thanks for having me. >> jennifer: so if they are messing up on the ballots, i'm sure it must be so embarrassing. >> yeah. in my view the election was effectively stolen, and now you are 12 years later in the exact same place having questions again. there are a large number of them who are jewish americans. some of them have been survivors of the holocaust, who tried to vote for al gore and then they couldn't have their votes put back to how they originally intended. so to be back in the same situation is a pretty good development. >> jennifer: absolutely. we were talking earlier in the show about the issue of legitimacy, and if the president ends up winning the electoral college vote but losing the popular vote as we saw in 2000 do you think that that ends up really hurting a second-term agenda. would the republicans go more than the democrats did? >> i do think in that type of scenario, you would have that type of situation where the republicans are going to look fo
in bush v. gore. now, justice scalia does a lot of public speaking, and he's often asked a kind of hostile questions about bush v. gore. why did you do bush v. gore? and he always says the same thing. oh, get over it. [laughter] well, speaking just myself, i am so not over it. [applause] >> four i wrote "the nine" i wrote, i wrote a book called too close to call about the recount in florida. it had a big part in bush v. gore, and one thing i try to do in reporting that book was interview al gore. obviously, you want to interview al gore. he wouldn't talk to me. i tried everything. he didn't want to relive the expense. just by coincidence i met al gore while i was working on "the nine" and i said to him, he had read "too close to close." we're talking about that. i said, i'm writing another book where bush v. gore is at the center of it. i said i think i'm the biggest bush v. gore junkie in the world. and he said you may be second. [laughter] you know, i think you got a point. i have to agree. but i don't want to spend too much time on bush v. gore today but the bush v. gore had a not predi
and democratic vice president al gore. followed by a debate from the 1992 campaign between president george bush, arkansas governor bill clinton, and independent candidate ross perot. next, the town hall debate from the 2000 presidential campaign. the texas governor george w. bush debated democratic vice- president al gore. this was the third and final presidential debate that year, held at washington university in st. louis, with an audience of undecided voters. it is about an hour and 45 minutes. >> good evening from the field house at washington university in st. louis. i'm jim lehrer of the newshour on pbs, and i welcome you to this third and final campaign 2000 debate between the democratic candidate for president, vice president al gore, and the republican candidate, governor george w. bush of texas. let's welcome the candidates now. [applause] >> how you doing? >> governor. >> how are you all? >> before proceeding tonight we would like to observe a moment of silence in memory of governor mel carnahan of missouri, who along with his son and his former chief of staff, died in a private plan
you ever coach a president? >> you don't do what gore did and go -- >> that was great. i want to talk about some of the odder media responses to the debate, and there were tons. not literally a ton because that is 2,000 pounds. the funniest is al gore. for you kids he was secretary of cats or something. here is goring's explanation for for -- here is gore's explanation for the sukiness. >> obama arrived in denver at 2:00 p.m. today, just a few hours before the debate started. romney did his debate prep in denver. when you go to 5,000 feet, and you only have a few hours to adjust, i don't know, maybe -- >> this is idiotic. if the president wants to do his debate prep, show up earliment if you are tired get a five-hour energy drink or a starbucks coffee. >> by the way, he did his accentance speech in 2007 -- i can't remember. i wrote it down. >> it was 1982. >> 1982, and he had no complaints then. you are lying to me. 1982. 2008. denver 2008. >> sacramento 1982. >> i wrote pathetic. >> i wrote awesome. >> he is a hiker. he loves to hike up mountains. he knows about the death zone and th
report is coming up next. gerri: tonight al gore making millions for green energy programs you are paying for and what are you doing with your money? one of the top investment strategists in the country is here with advice. welcome to the willis report. i am gerri willis. it is the running mates's turn to square off. the first and only vice-presidential debate tonight in kentucky. joe biden facing an uphill battle to turn around a democrat's campaign before the clock runs out and make up for president obama's dismal performance. with more on this neil cavuto from danville, ky starting at 8:00 eastern. there is usually usually this much pressure on vice-presidential debate? is it higher this time around because of performance by obama? lou: that has heightened interest in it. whether -- with the sarah palin debate, that was a nexus of seventy million viewers. and so much interest in her at the time. you are quite right. the pressure is on the vice president here to pull one out. the president performed well. this might not be the heated then you for that. this is a table we will be arguing
candidate for president, vice president al gore, and the republican candidate, governor george w. bush of texas. let's welcome the candidates now. [applause] >> how you doing? >> governor. >> how are you all? >> before proceeding tonight we would like to observe a moment of silence in memory of governor mel carnahan of missouri, who along with his son and his former chief of staff, died in a private plane crash last night near st. louis. a reminder, as we continue now, that these debates are sponsored by the commission on presidential debates. the formats and the rules were woed out by the mmission and the two campaigns. tonight's questions will be asked by st. louis area voters who were identified as being uncommitted by the gallup organization. earlier today each of them wrote a question on a small card like this. those cards were collected and then given to me this afternoon. my job, under the rules of the evening, was to decide the order the questions will be asked and to call on the questioners accordingly. i also have the option of asking follow-ups which -- in order to get to mo
al gore had for the president's debate flop. the teacher said are your parrnts republican? i said i don't knnw. she saas that's &plike her wearing a kkk shirt a teenager ridiculeddfor wearing a mitt romney t-shirt. how she says her teachee 3 a new jobs report -- so anyway, i've been to a lot of places. you know, i've helped a lot of people save a lot of money. but today...( sfx: loud noise of metal object hitting the ground) things have been a little strange. (sfx: sound of piano smashing) roadrunner: meep meep. meep meep? (sfx: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. causing rippleeeffects on the campaign traill and as jennifer daais reports, it could mean trouble for the pres. president. 3 unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest levels since i took office." the president nns the week with a campaign boost thankssto a promising jobs eport. he unemployment rate defied expectationn - falling to a four year low of 7.8 perrent. obama says: "today's &pnews certainlyy s not an excuse to try
for wisdom about politics? >> a lot of people do. >> i remember during the gore lieberman campaign, they put out cher, she didn't like joe lieberman. she was their spokesman. you have to be pretty careful. >> stacy dash says the only choice improper for your future, vote mitt romney. her peers said jam you'll jackson called her crazy. did the media back her up at all? here is a woman coming under attack. would you back her up? >> if i knew who people in hollywood are, i might, but they did get a lot of publicity and they did supported mitt romney. >> i alive live in l.a., we have a lot more republicans than people think. this is kind of thing of the east coast media, they think everybody is liberal. we have kid rock who has supported mitt romney. i'll give you there are more liberals, eva longoria, here she attacks conservative women and women who are pro-life. she is not getting the outrage that others would get. someone should call her out on it. >> she tweeted this week, i have no-no idea how any women to vote for romney. >> she won't lose a single endorsement contract. stacy dash gets po
president obama out on the campaign trail today than we saw on that stage last night. but it was al gore who probably takes the prize for spin. he kind of blamed president obama's performance in denver to the fact that it took place in denver, the mile high city. he blames the thin air. he did it sort of jokingly but nevertheless. with more on that tonight in the "ridiculist." 8 joining us from the campaign trail, jim acosta with the romney campaign and jessica yellin is in madison, wisconsin with the obama campaign. are the obama campaign at least off the record admitting it was not a good night for the president, putting it mildly. we've heard a lot of spin. do they believe that spin? >> they will say on the record it was not a good night for the president, yes. they say they will adjust going forward. here's one way they will adjust, i think. you know, the president's biggest asset they believe is his likability, and they want to protect that at all costs but one of the ways they have to do that, it seems they thought was to preserve it by keeping him from going on the attack. that meant
to jfk's. >> sator, you're no jack kennedy. >> here's later in debate, al gore walked up t bush. >> al gore tries to come over and be the bully and get in his face. bush doesn't say anything. just looks at him, smiles, gives him the head wink, and goes on. >> i believe i can. >> that was it. it just -- you know, it just absolutely devastated gore. >> you watch him go. >> yeah. we all revert to our junior high mentality, you know, when our am scored. yeah, you know! >> most people don't know is that bush had been prepared. >> jud gregg, who had played the role of al gore in the debate prep, had seen him pull this trick. he said to bush, be prepared, he's going to come and get in your face. we allismissed at the time, but sure enough it happened. >> which raises the question how do candidates prepared? these two debate coaches showed me. they prepped president bush for debate. o'donnell later coached mt romney and michele bachmann. they spent hours trying to replicate debate moments. >> you have the candidate stand in front of a podium like this as realistic as possible? >> yeah. you wan
: al gore said it was the altitude that hurt president obama during the debate ♪ rocky mountain high. >> is the former vice president high? >> you all only have a few hours to adjust. >> that's interesting. >> i don't know. >> bill: jon stewart may be getting a bit nervous over my debate with him on saturday. >> o'reilly is 6'5". 250. it's like debating a yeddi. i need to stay away from his paws. if he gets a paw on me. >> it's over. >> bill: we will have the latest on the rumble in washington, d.c. >> bill: caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. what really happened at the debate last night? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. shortly after the debate ended, i received an email from one dennis miller who lives in san that barbara, california. mr. miller opining i hope the president's but the -- butt kicking is covered by obama care. apparently mr. miller believes mitt romney won the debate. that's true the governor did win. how do i know? because i turned
's. >> senenator, you're no jack kennedy. >> here's later in debate, al gore walked up to bush. >> al gore tries t come over and be the bully and get in his face. bush doesn't say anything. just looks at him, smiles, gives him the head wink, and goes on. >> that was it.can. it just -- you know, it just absolutely devastad gor >> you watch him go. >> yeah. we all revert to our junior high mentality, you know, when our team scored. yeah, you know! >> most people don't know is that bush had been prepared. >> judre, w had played t role oal gore in the debate prep, had seen him pull this trick. he said to bush, be prepared, he's going to come and get in your face. all dismissed at the time, but sure enough it happened. >> which raises the question how do candidates prepared? these two debate coaches showed me. they preppedresident bush for debate. o'donnell later coached mitt romney and michele bachmann. they spent hours trying to replicate debate moments. >> you have the candidate stand in front of a podium like this as realistics possible? >> yeah. you want a strong bearing, erect. look at colin powe
and uncomfortable compared to the tanned, relaxed john f. kennedy. then voters heard the impatient sighs of al gore. it was clear by the microphones while george w. bush was talking. it played into a larger narrative into the campaigns. it re-inforced what the audience thought about the candidates. >> when gore sighed endlessly and moaned during the debate and we saw that on television, it just emphasized the idea that he was arrogant and condescending, something people were already concerned about. when nixon was sweating, there was some sense that he was already shifty and there was an anxiety in his soul as well as his body. >> that's what the question in this campaign is about. >> reporter: in a later debate that year gore appeared to invade the personal space of bush. >> i believe i can. >> reporter: a move which made him look awkward compared to his relaxed opponent. in 1992 george h.w. bush was caught twice by cameras glancing at his watch during a town hall debate with voters which reinforced the suggestion he was disengaged and uninterested. >> when something is as close as it is now a sma
for wednesday's debate performance. the strange explaaation being given by forrer vice presidenn al gore. 3 3 ,3 riday, october 5th. &p3 3 3 3 a fungal meningitis outbreak that has aaleady killed five people and infected dozens of others... could get even bigger ovvr the neet few weeks. weeks.we cculd see hundreds... perhaps even thousands of new patients right here in maryland.megan gilliland is done tooprotect you. good morning guussmoreethan 33 casessof asper-jillus an appaaently tainted rug... - in these six states.yoo can see maryland highlighted... we'vv seee one deaah so far... and a woman in havre de grace says she may have been infected as well.the problem... is that the drug was distributed o 23 states. the drug in question is used for pain relief and injected directly into tteespine.health officials say it is a fungal menigitis... not the more common bacterial or viral cases of the ddsease. kainer says: "there is not a lot of experience in tteating experts together to try to formulate what people think may be a good course of action." ied says: "we are working with these facilitie
't try to ignore the impact of climate change and after the break former vice president al gore is going to enter "the war room." we'll get his per spiskt on the storm and on the dramatic increase in extreme weather events. plus as far as october surprises go, this storm is going to rank right up there with the biggest of all-time. historian douglas brinkley will put the storm in context and perspective and later, it is just an hour's drive from philadelphia to atlantic city. what a difference an hour makes. philly mayor michael nutter will update us on how pennsylvania is faring the day after. two-hour edition of "the war room." we're just getting started o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o good morning ladies and gentlemen, i'm captain whitaker. >> there's 102 souls on board. >> let's get em' tucked in we're ready to push. >> current tv knows there are two sides to every story. >> i have no control on my side! >> this is south jet 227, we are in a dive! here we go! brace for impact! >> you saved a lot of lives. << uh!
gore, republicans don't want to count nut census, he said before a predominantly african-american audience. hillary clinton did the same thing. you notice a change in the way he delivers the speech? >> let me be totally clear if you just watch touchdown we have seen obama speak in public over the last 10 years, will note this, accent is abcush. this is not the way obama talks. it is not the way he has talked in scores of peaches i have watched him give, or public appearances viseen him make. this is a put-on. that's one. second issue, he is telling a predominantly black audience something very clear-- the federal government doesn't like you because you are black -- [overlapping dialogue] >> sean: that's what he is saying. >> they don't like you because you are black. that's the theme from front to back, from beginning to endful they don't like you because of your skin can remember. that's a shockingly -- a nasty think this to say, a devicive thing to say, in the case of katrina, it's untrue. at the moment he utters those words, you are getting short-changed in the katrina
much was biden hurt on style. republicans did what they could to turn him into al gore, the eye rolls, sighs, that kind of thing. >> he reminded me of al gore in 2000 walking over and standing by president bush and getting in his face. >> i don't know if he thought it was a joke but he was laughing a lot. >> it was bizarre. i thought it was belittling. >> when the other side is spending their time tweeting and going after eye rolls and smirks, they are losing the debate and everybody knows it. >> the problem for republicans with the gore narrative, al gore did something we had never seen him do. democratic base loved it. republican base clearly love hated it. the question is, how did last night play in the middle? ron allen spoke to undecided voters in virginia. here's how they reacted to it. >> he likes to kind of play it loose, i think, and he got a lot more serious as time went on. >> i think he came off as being very strong, emotional, and i like the looking at the camera and talking to the american people. >> vice president biden was being kind of immature, i thought, with a lot
the most waves of disagreement was bush versus gore. okay? that comes up all the time, and my usual response is, get over it. >> get over the possible corrupting of the american presidential system? justice scalia? >> look, my court didn't bring the case into the court. it was brought into the courts by al gore. he is the one who wanted courts to decide the question. when richard nixon thought that he had lost the election because of chicanery in chicago, he chose not to bring it into the courts. but al gore wanted the courts to decide it. so the only question in bush versus gore was whether the presidency would be decided by the florida supreme court or i the united states supreme court. that was the only question, and that's not a hard one. >> no regrets? >> oh, no regrets at all, especially since it's clear that the thing would have ended up the same way anyway. the press did extensive research into what would have happened if what al gore wanted done had been done county by county, and he would have lost anyway. >> when people say about you that you're this fantastic justice --
election between george w. bush and al gore. he never talks about religion because he is an arab. host: what do you think about campaign 2012 and your vote? have you decided who you are voting for? caller: yes. host: well, we are talking to undecided voters this morning. robert, michigan, are you with us? caller: [unintelligible] host: we are having some phone trouble there, so we're going on to our next call. gino, rhode island. caller: i just want to talk about the fact that i want to see someone say something about our inadequate tax laws. you have these foreign corporations, american corporations that operate overseas and pay no taxes. companies like general electric, apple, mobile, exxon, they make huge amounts of money. they have to dollar or $3 trillion and will not bring that-- they have $2 trillion or $3 trillion and will not bring that money into the united states unless they get some kind of special tax deal. the last time they repatriated any money it was at 5%. these corporation should be paying 30%. they want to wait until they pass a wall where they can bring the money b
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